Friday, March 20, 2015





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MSU Cello Festival set for March 21-22

The 2015 MSU Cello Festival will be held Saturday, March 21, and Sunday, March 22, in Howard Hall. Read more

Ballrooms set to reopen in Strand Union Building

MSU will cut the ribbon and open the doors on the newly renovated ballroom spaces in the Strand Union Building, beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, March 23. Read more

The Good Neighbor Committee to host Off Campus Living 101 classes

The MSU/Bozeman Good Neighbor Committee will host free classes March 23, 25 and 28 to help MSU students planning to live off campus for the first time learn how to negotiate local resources and how to be good neighbors. Read more

Wallace Stegner Lecture on elegant conservation

Elegant conservation will be the theme of this year’s Wallace Stegner Lecture, to be given Wednesday, March 25, at the Museum of the Rockies. Read more

MSU director of percussion studies to perform March 25 recital

Stephen Versaevel, director of percussion studies at MSU, will present a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, in Reynolds Recital Hall. Read more

MSU VOICE Center launches new ‘Not In our House’ PSA

The MSU VOICE Center has announced the online release of a new public service announcement video addressing sexual violence. Read more

MSU Friday set for March 27

MSU in Bozeman will open its campus, classrooms and activities to potential students during MSU Friday, the university's campus visitation program, on Friday, March 27. Read more

Northern Ag Research Center building to be named in honor of Gregg Carlson

Gregg Carlson, the retired agronomist and superintendent of the Northern Agricultural Research Center outside of Havre, will have the center’s office/lab building named in his honor for his significant contributions to agriculture along the Hi-Line. Read more

Montana 4-H seeks families to host Japanese youth this summer

The Montana 4-H Center for Youth Development is recruiting families to host Japanese youth for one month this summer. Read more

Spring sale on tree and shrub guides from MSU Extension

With spring on the horizon, MSU Extension is offering a sale on a set of two guides to help homeowners identify and care for trees and shrubs in Montana. Read more

MSU organic farming study finds diverse benefits using sheep

Using domestic sheep rather than traditional farming equipment to manage fallow and terminate cover crops may enable farmers who grow organic crops to save money, reduce tillage, manage weeds and pests, and reduce the risk of soil erosion, according to MSU and North Dakota State University faculty members. Read more





Events Calendar

Friday, March 20

Cell Biology and Neuroscience Seminar | 3:10p.m.

Rhapsody Spring Concert | 7:30p.m.

Saturday, March 21

Liberty on the Border Family Day at MOR | 10a.m.-noon

Montana Chamber Music Society Concert | 7:30p.m.

Sunday, March 22

Men's tennis vs. Weber State | 5:45p.m.

Monday, March 23

Land Resources and Enviromental Sciences Seminar | 1:10p.m.

Thermal Biology Institute Seminar | 3:10p.m.

Kopriva Science Seminar at MOR: Gary Stoner | 5:30p.m.

Tuesday, March 24

Nature Journaling Class | 6:30p.m.

Provost's Distinguished Lecturer Series: Allen Harmsen | 7p.m.

Sun Dance Opera Recital: President's Fine Arts Series | 7:30p.m.

Wednesday, March 25

IoE Rough Cut Science | Noon

Thursday, March 26

The Naturalization Process: Becoming a U.S. Citizen | 10:30a.m.

Distinguished Guest Lecture: Dr. Melissa Latimer | 1:10p.m.

Center for BioFilm Engineering Seminar | 4:10p.m.

David Quammen Ebola lecture | 6p.m.

President's Fine Arts Series: Screening of "Winter in the Blood" | 6:30p.m.

Save The Date

Tuesday, March 31

An evening with Joe Horse Capture


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